BROOKE KROEGER Undercover Reporting Passing Fannie Hurst Nellie Bly Credits







Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute - New York University

Brooke Kroeger's bio

Report on her two terms as director, 2004-2011

The graduate program Brooke directs at NYU Journalism

Background on the NYTimes-NYU The Local East Village

The Local East Village

"Journalism with a Scholar's Intent"

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Links for UNDERCOVER REPORTING: The Truth About Deception

Journal of Magazine & New Media Research: The Journalism of Deception

Heartland, Gleick, and Media Law: Experts weigh in on leaks and deceptive tactics

Newsrooms to Classrooms: Books as a Thread of Connection

"Brooke Kroeger on James O'Keefe and Undercover Reporting: A CJR Podcast." Columbia Journalism Review, March 15, 2011

"Cover Ups" Brooke Gladstone, On the Media, WNYC, October 17, 2008

"Submersion Journalism: Reporting in the Radical First Person" panel with Bill Wasik, Ted Conover, Jeff Sharlet, Ken Silverstein, and Brooke Kroeger, October 2008, broadcast by C-Span April 18-19, 2009.

Once live, the database of undercover reporting, hosted by NYU's Elmer A. Bobst Library and created and monitored by Brooke Kroeger, will be housed at

Megan Stride's Q&A with Brooke Kroeger in Gelf Magazine, "Practicing the Art of Deception."

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Links for PASSING: When People Can't Be Who They Are

Publisher's page

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Links for FANNIE: The Talent for Success of Writer Fannie Hurst

The Fannie Hurst Collection at the Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas at Austin

The Fannie Hurst Collection at Brandeis University

The Fannie Hurst Collection at Washington University- St. Louis

Brooke Kroeger's encyclopedia entry on Fannie Hurst in the Eleanor Roosevelt Encyclopedia (p. 260-2)

Another entry on Fannie Hurst is in the Encyclopedia of American Women's History, edited by Hasia Diner, but not yet online.

International Movie Data Base

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Links for NELLIE BLY: Daredevil, Reporter, Feminist

Brooke Kroeger's encyclopedia entry on Nellie Bly in the Encyclopedia of American Journalism

New York Corrections History pages on Nellie Bly

Bly's Ten Days in a Madhouse

Bly's Six Months in Mexico

Bly's Around the World in 72 Days

Bly's only novel, The Mystery of Central Park, is available as an e-book

PBS' American Experience, "Around the World in 72 Days"

An online resource by Arthur Fritz:

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Photograph by Peter C. Jones

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